About a week back (on Sunday, June 5th), I stopped over at the Los Angeles Comic Book and Science Fiction Convention located at The Reef (1933 S. Broadway, LA, CA). They hold this thing every few months or so. Click HERE to visit their site.
A week ago Sunday (February 28), Helen Slater (The Original Kara Zor-El/”Supergirl”), Katrina Law (Nyssa al Ghul/”Arrow”), and Ming-Na Wen (Melinda May/”Agents of Shield”) were at the Comic Book and Science Fiction Convention in Los Angeles doing a bit of signing. And everyone’s favorite Joe was there snapping a few pics of the event.
A full scene from the upcoming superhero flick “Batman v Superman” has been released online. In the clip, it seems that Batman and Superman are having a little tiff. It’s probably over a woman. It’s always over a woman. I’m sure in the end they’ll shake hands and go grab a beer. As they say, bros before hos.
My understanding is that HBO would welcome it with open arms. But interviews with Larry over the last few years have indicated that he is skittish to return to that well one last time. He has gone on record as saying that he doesn’t like doing ‘finales’ especially since the fallout from that “Seinfeld” fiasco many years back. So I’m guessing maybe that’s his hesitation. He knows he would probably only return one more time and he doesn’t want to take any crap if he ended it on a low note. I certainly think it’s worth the risk.
In attendance from that film were Michael Biehn (”Corporal Hicks”), Lance Henriksen (“Bishop”), Carrie Henn (“Newt”), Jenette Goldstein (“Private Vasquez”), Mark Rolston (“Private Drake”) and Ricco Ross (“Private Frost”).
When I woke up this morning, I had this picture in mind of Paul Revere riding his horse throughout Hollywood shouting “The Oscars are coming! The Oscars are coming!” Because today was the day the 2016 Academy Award nominations were announced.
I haven’t done a ‘Shia LaBeouf’s Bag of Shame‘ in quite a long while. But I thought it was time to pull it out of moth balls for this little diddy.
By now everyone probably knows that Arnold Schwarzenegger is taking over for Donald Trump in next year’s “Celebrity Apprentice” cycle.
I do think it’s a bizarre career choice for Schwarzenegger, but after his weak box office performances since returning to the big screen, he might think that starring on this show will add a little good will to his name again and knock his popularity up a few notches. The show certainly didn’t hurt Donald Trump.